The Panama American

MISSING IMAGE

Material Information

Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Donor:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama

Notes

Dates or Sequential Designation:
Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note:
On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:00088

Related Items

Related Items:
Panama America


This item is only available as the following downloads:


Full Text









































































bomani r9 Hdrnt
o m wTe .
JTff,.

Tf*


,WI

Li'
- .


raaaar* '' K.

Wg." (6GBOAKD) *j^-""-.*^
;o................ .
....... ..... '.
%............ t t ,

............. .
+. ,


lbe
Nmaine 1


i PI
. r~ v


hSflt3 Mbe
lefht tWIo Na-
=01n


Va. ;
r i 6


a. Taw.
t Canal I

s ak be'
atrend
IraI
.C~'wa


mre J-UKlMI
that the 4ent.
Jame ,
how l9 ._llm
at iyeiil, on
eIS d nI i c

ard Highwsu when ai
e..
jua, a 14-ys-old
ian boy was yjve
dayapendle, N
btleS oay fpn
iftboe p, cehoo wnntEwdI AD


. I ,.



*VifrtW&f Comgfrasimat
AIxtw..ei Cdlst


87IJ ECU 1


in 9a1
v t 4
ftflOmi


i

id
I
r
C
I


+-T+- -- +-+ l


m. s a .r."" .;-
but had ,h t
'no 'Cal th .


IShoots bwn



| SIazi : t l
*" .*"- .. f
"" '| ii ". 3A ""hr '
.i .sij,. li'0^" ....1^ --lLC I1 ,e


. ccaIJfljfe. Io
I... n ,
*cwas anls.
-edlatel stl-
li the f ,
Jd staht menth Ca
imSUaton at Cnmp
riuctoy had been vitr I
IM internal ranpamaite
n" Andrds for the p"t
numE. accrdinmf to he d&it
r dtsrtuton Is "an se ek
sue end ueally Suaat
now *eew ausI. aw
ritd."r It 1" stiem l
meacfined to the magsIn .1
c -er ljw.


Trappi


LGun Bal


inim -rau tlbr at vd I
his a aWxk aldk Banl


-4.
samt


=WedA t-o.Miwwa -;,a

II trt a 12a $t flk. 55 12


r iiv. w TM... grm,,a
Driver LU sea. on -i',

C .,tro, etimst ftW

Into Ny fTence so ,th
Awd t "
A e Nar at h nretr of ntMPd
o l In mm mtan wapist' thse_ lab .P
eait 0M. stIaw lal. e l, i- a hin

St M righs fronts ender :..
Mar deatlN a real ot
W atoldeat occurred oan aknerTb
a atad at '.mB. aturdy. canm 11'Mr.
3 8-ycar-old driver of ,s. Ct rimry Idar., wh a b p
S ae tlan avy guard, was not ChwMIe a t PS
Id ed. f.d"ploye. .


ad Public Enenil


ttle In New Yo


ar 'neu rm. but .o an t
tly dtt faw tkI
o, h. n."u.M.m- mo
? enall irFlM er a&i

~x lb-A.& Imes-s
=.=rlimmw eri~


It-l IftLi
L~A-
aM MISS


N .A .... ~--.4.
S .. ... i. ,.

li ^M .* *


mat ii


lz d2-=-
A iA
.4.7.


*- *.--."1ASZ
4$|
4t ^iS


'-'I:


.; a Il .









..'LI-:J .~ c~ -


ans 4.s r-e t-
* -eakgH Qf t w n imama t i


Mimbi.0 hImnwOO" afa www a re -" GOB" -le

taUm oN yO 7a05" Wa aRe ON (
la -d a the nas
day in and day 0
it aook t where yp HW,. g t away fr o tre ae re h ichaWi
Out dewes
w vflaw Yorkt m ahi s I hod t to MMe
si6-3tanp fIbs' thaiij b S orat difflew xt
melus stories about iWora&nmoa 1) HoW to
Zone, and now that he -ham een the tain n the a
anizat on a artI
eg?" ency, anm. at 1h4
Si- fa sreB?" he adked.. under the uirmantn


ourtablek iiw the O nawer.
i "wasM there," the doctor perVsaf,"t read a story
laid t 1'-anama Canal had just rlaOpWted the buslt
I It h tory." 2,
IM -e tru enough. I remembsed aa u i-Wgghgho aD-
SJrt& annual port of t GOerWsar. It Md: "The
r tIumuIoa oL mte r anama CVnl a as pIW I and main-
W aterway by meaim of wMbh Vait ssI r Ma the tran-
a one ocean to another and to BantUe me h trfic a
Fi- jeUl rot ruamlt with a maximum mftly and a mi-
k ez alay."
'Mat WMs rill Its primary function, and no one ha ver
st rwiae, you -.n understand why t s goond tcoo w


Ia tp o L-a- o tmr I4u t y ou tsamei ,w,
Ierwaitp Ita mitr djt fS to WAi what e to-
IL It dito f fl vuast


am: who mhacdl thp
V


SiL Ill.7 ,


amma


ofor tes aBurm f
**"-a *,


"-:. .*.+ r ,.-:, -
Arf ...i'..
r.-rt .; +i ; '.--.
.r. M-") -,
-_n.. 3 .-


vs ~kwtft it
4


4tat


liW ow Oim -




Ithe aU apl oat, Dos, i t day4
m n im ma nfl


SThe bas a "
jBilsv.4ha- eoaaa. a up to Uisa.mae JIma sqi-


TupS W r aOWN Im

II -. s J -o ),ton.
'e as M' story aid the MTA had lost oWsv lour ar
4itmm I the sw amx month 10o hearty b& wwe
Wsllal, gewe oar sarus a nickes aGCanal lls ata a a
Wm the daguwhlh paoplA spas T ehe 9ma.' s.
ir O .t a n Puen s aniok 't o, ,or ar
I" O- slentoAMti

ia r t 9t 81, when the drita ws a t
to mrctarl traffic. lAd &.. t 'ieast S t
Sat revenues exceeded theU fxed pital ge at
SantiS
'W what happens? '
f wb hha hapens t, that with na tUfohl d4A0t
J0lles, a aure so IanatIUc tbhiesobdy ad00atMl
jnush aooouments to the am na S1n9 to os .
do, perhaps there Is snmething Sonf sle dP i
llat a prof. d SO ynow u you'll excue me, I Sna go
OIMad reomganlsed"
i a ba tbsie over tSe audio Wsy frath~ ltr Deo*
4l. Chiao. OQ, of the alnw bd ba 0, t,-
f lMI tmere ea: senator r Hobert A. Tat tUMala In;
t nesyr a lght."
ia awa had a.olns l s. The PuSWiVAl
f sfete arurst ends nwsr whioh sal. *p
o, a my f avoMU wbhS sesMU to ave dlst.as.d
an garbaw bentaltea. It rest "'emia t oa

Iag srefsed.
tuiro nt the u tn, a ;

aCeM ik t b affU L there Isn't a house around r

So'IL D TOa
YES, T(M


ia lm


a .,


e tW ,"d. .HA
he Il'teds."
Sor the wI I i'
S"th s .
( ,bt.- 1
ae wants to
ht even tS
t would not
MIne. 1
ae televoleao aggfa d I
hink shabe wf ir hA iaV

Sbe= so dho
ut from
ON" in *
a and loat
tMM


TI
Kc-


Cr: C rtal, Cumal Zene 11

rl idhm ai er pper es ie I uae bere to Ithe b -eb.anUMel
I enjo a mot at t readingN matter. l o I
siamI aie Is ll o artiles Irom emmdaiat wa t
a to Shlats_ yos uan much seftap a -g W3r Spiia
,o m 'i'' slonmiho. nm jut not nv e5p iIl
sr urn be di,. to, semi. $ asit
*'Wl a Inm oom bi dm for mb
*agall-Aa, "value, .,, asetlii



.a Sm wam d No sr, =ma we s

-o bll- am --
r #" i


mlaalla I
a a "r t teI

-Ee, ao ,e


'. -


it ol aSe -oI



1at -eWsOW"aiain q

'OWN


-

-c UF
d?' *."
*~1 tr


aW*
r..
man


SI.
. 4.- ,

'*..5


*9


irr. bn


:11


'I':


I


~C ~.~.c~Fi~


O-11
..
.'.,." .. ,


__k-PM

































































































~-.i~fV

1 e i.t
Pu
*'".'=* ri

tt .lr
C1.3-' ,;


;~ji~a-i.




~; '7 "


*I'


.I
, .r


- t.
. v -.


, *..,-. 7 ,
.: .


..wi--.H-t .f r. Fmm




S-i .



^- P A ;N T I,^'


.v.


~,~-

r
..r.
if

-~
''
""
;


R .




'' "."
1 1
























lipl


?t.
-. -
4 ...



tt1'''"'


.
;. f:.-.;.-


-3., "

y--




-.,' *:_.: '
,... :
.f.'...'- -.-
..,- -Y-. -'






:;i'"^ ^ '


"* ^ *

^ *"r< :
r ^^^:;


W. .


.1


;x."j^ '"/ -W" *


i:. .~ii-:


;, CI~
.I;...


~I
'"Z
~u*- 'ir


~~~~ :". -a s
~-i'L -I
-P r
t;" C
r.-~~~ ~~ c~i 5
r ~-.


;:." ','.';


"'


,/ *


...
''"






F










$~~pi


vty *.y .-
I-- .!


';;r


h


... .'. ",e .'.i



ageminmcrsiac qq I







.... ..............
....................... ,v-










.5. ...............
SNiMiii .................. l.



S.S. 3 t ... ............. ... ...


I -*'

S.S. J ayi i .................. -..
Si5. S famo a ..,...............n


l4B


................... ..
S .'. ...... ......... l'i'vl
. .................... .
. ..*. *.... ...... i.... >


~YbY 4I)


BARB


NEW V TfIo ... ..,-.,
by t. .


N(RWEGmIA.V.AIAT Sl"A" "'
'%A1MUM ALUST 1 i* t ':


. S wry. it- la also


l a's prdlCani Ct.etro- 'burbag the let.
ethe American priettely- the banker flowr
IPtoker fleet has Berf6rm- at a fartsr g
Moagntlobnt lob in supply- It s,
'" United States and other 81M ,00. W
ati th Weir petroleum needs. Irer than the 193
;deitatton lauded the man- tIotlji. the onitni1
Rt Eof the tanker com- :tng e of indlVhl
ML. for outstanding per-
-In light of world dif- W e bulk W
In the production and can vnk fle= t '
pi itation of oil products. coa stw se nd
trn^ thw e b e
a special mid-year report, Maoreasie M Je


;.. ,* k .,r N ,.*r.. *





aewz~ltt&lag wft >"


___ .* agp*gj ita e




.^&Malada
CA~fe lB^^---
wiaKuls tb^^


- ,. I
7:-' ,


arr*rwui


r~anl

I~itlti
rou* x~3t'


r .' *'


f


r


.ri- i.c


a Mam t4e F ederatio's I
3TON, July 28 18pe- mens df tthe e
nation's privately- I?-owned taker
,abSt tqnkbeb Wet la laws:
aidts iagest, Tratest
, and mncreatngly On July 1, 195
fnaetln Amerlt's privately c~iae
* petroleum require- tanker tflet corn
oa Fedemblon ehipe of O740.984
Shipping reported tons, te largest
.. IM In 01-


l
92.
d
Ia
lin


the ,


S U. -
th l


ha Impo-ed, o an Weab ave
more tOia four times as
,petroleum 'and t* product; "
It beo wipozrtea. TMU. Is tndW
the ao the increastag consali
.it in .e UnitOl latest.

BO the other harmnt he fr


srenunnnsrsnngs ~
~.~L--?~C-. ~.._.- .


I


~'rs~ .
:
1


*?'* %


~~-:



i, R,


ir. ....LASb IW


;. ~~t;-,


Fbtrd Ol~dl)
-,


/.c -'_- ^ ,, ,,,, II ,^u 'y
k i ~'ti ^ to the acew tn,
a e of the famo Fmeah artit,
ilOhm,


1| *


own2


Lr


:1




i. .a-. I-. ..l--F


zu














itka














In


V-1 R, 4
'TT!
z
V-1


Is


'T

4W
a3l
Al
.,y 7
L
AL


WK,
4".
iv
Aw
IL
Ff.

45

lk
1 "77


is
"nA





4
AL
IN
II.- q7. lf_ lip






tl



'v







elk
"IL4
'o,

A
11K


A!
ao



bow
I A
;:-P
AL_
P, FM 7
oil
ILI tIP


VIP
"M
A%- 49
PI
V IF,

`-p4v
j-



W
ak;* 1D.




if
-1w -n
A
R.,
7i

0
'k

Al
UT

RI
W04.

M.


Mu
NP
7.
... ... A y.
[7VIf

.4 TA


rF "IS
ow!,- ""W*W.
77
14,









g' '
I. -


Ws-Nla
IN"


Ip


t .v-ur
4. '


i'S


* ,' -*:.-'*. '... vib Itf, ; .. 4 "

''.'^lk^^^^i|1(


PA


. .. .-t -. f ,,,. ,.

; .v yewr Ad with one of it or ? "H"
|'t a TeS9 Cas A .*4W


W'tioUs aw..-one. -a3t l.. ad a W at tet 1006B Maltd
bUss'.teise' An eIra Pttropagwl
vt oft uly Ae.-Pone 1-044l 4 Plato u "r" _eet


LIM
allin1


SIfor It
dfimtrl
sasS


R 'I SALE R SA MIS LANiOUS

ost, wondering ServIt P ie nhd Cv iv n ili, A
ryMcLevy. Telephone aBl Clle l to
860M y. ask f or Mar. r n LAES-Mrs M Hefatting of the
Govemant mg'fingne Co. Gatun Cfubhoust luty Shop, oaf
SA : -ariplfte esetr'mUnt of jWjij M y;Sr iew tn rsyou her 10-dbar cold-wove
mrts; harps, three way sock- for $7.50, evft4lng Included
lia:- -. + ,--. Eif EKA, S. for $7.50, Included
.tels; pip. EUREKA, Offer is good onry until Sept. 1st.
11 Ceintral Ave. Just around so take advanfsi. 6f this oppor-
"J' St. Open until 9 p. m. -.44 -4985 tunity to gat a r lrtanent done
1940 Oldmoble Con- L. FOR SALE:i 10484. with best soluto1 l the market
SFOR SALE: ;-T- ^1c48, and by expert hednA. phone Gotun
with radio and plastic at Dr. Sedan with ekcit l: clutch. 411,
Livingoom and bed room- overdrive, w~/w, undrcrted, ny-
bu" toois household Items.
Shousehold items. on seat covers. Ereptionally clean PIECIAL- OC-S
Panama 3-2416 and in gol'-machanical condition. PROM PANAM MIICO
Call Albroak 2182. one way $8., robNtr, $135 (15
SSALE:--Afrien Viele. 8026- day-lir it), l m o yearl
2nd t.Marrito, C. Z. FOR SALE.:--T9 Ford Tudor Se- 15, nd trip wy.9
Sdan, gi'eod ondn. 168-8, 6th. limit) Panamas D h Service, op-
St. New CftlEIbdL posited Ancon bus erop, Tel. Panama
FOR SALE: IC(1SER SEDAN 48, 2-1655.
four dopar$ifbct mechanical
ri-. ccondition, i .d upholstery, clean, Ab a -a
4t:a Amerian coup need like new. .00. Eisenman's
it l furrnild or unfurnished Used Carl, Peru Ave. No. 8.
rtmi ef in :rlidential i district 3- nIo u..
S "7 oar 3-160i.room 732. ___
f ri. .coupi needs ..nte.rested r SALE FOR SALE: l Refrigerator
lwu. ea-,Pu e -- wcok afternoons. 60 cycles. $O.Q A so gas stove.
.;Wif Ifll flowing operation. 671 Ui fl tc lrs excellent conmlmn, Apt. 14, 23
SCUrundu Meihts after 4. OR --T Peru Avenu, te ormentms.
91 FOR SALE:-5iu:_mph 19-+1 Kmotor- k
cycle. Renmt edition, $475. FOR SALE:-'f iecit Kah Shak-
PSL Is El Prodo, Bal e. r, 1 comn e Kahn s Kit,
t Tel; 2-2658. 1 electric Centrifule, 1 Precision
--- -- s Iincubdtor. I Buhsen bornert. For-.
FOR SALE.-Cushmarr-Scooter, lat macia Seloear. Call,phone 2-0092.
19wMWrt m cretMdy In English and model. Good condition. Call 86- mia S Cpone 2 2.
enieh offers her rvices. Call 2236 Albrook, 8 a. m. to 5 p. mn. FOR SALE-orbirin price fdr ui-
lpkhanI 3-1140, Panoma. dix waehlMf nftchihe. LUttl usL
due.to trips. Caorrr'37t* 'nd Cu-
hsvies uI IW W Down Avenue. No. ..1 -
FORSAi:, Pr olitea 26 cycb,
d9uC 1NS 'l.1 powcea Exclein.t condiltlon
up teohlnsm badUl ed -al- d Phone 2967, Balboo.
cuffs on h 1'im f. = UM, FOR SALEi--4 pc. livinggopm it,
Scored. radio, 2' single beds. Venetian
AlUl mRay Lpin, ho in bliMnd-s 4 4-ta ,uafm IFl.

+,:-- -!.0, .-ASALMet,, g, S- c W
.j R" B. 6-h S -. New C ristl'. -
IE .- brffem i A r"lW mixr,

i iuu. 0


. M fi g .n T
a**Uhes
can Is a
ATAftble In:.
utifw
F. NOVE)R




-r, 1 1 EW


#It4


ai


*


hin s p-.,.
ntd ,ee, nsd '.as

1ar the lbdkal at
ttlltaKTlionld drumal


2bo -4
'nfllL~~b- ~~


an u.Mlastn heat


l*
ichoalova-
iaentint)


rrr
07 S


' mOust Lsai w m
14 ent
(hae sam-U-- w
UftIc WIkmarfl-
1485"t to I





Wlehkmbrnfa

- siaigbtaed 'SS-
fl alw


-ll" i.
;V2?^ MW>
SA-. ~iS,!?''1*Ao


"~I;
a .. :iN


tam:41p,
(OB an
M.' .


Vr'u'o' W
isitysa --
any aI
time.
Iimakrtl


etseJ atoo a
Jeta went I
nramaits


Is the f
"Ud .b .
S. aB --! igibi


S.a*, -

W6 ,"


AC


*1


i'- 1-


Maw


i~.~
:' i
I.r~- '-.. .


s~a~i~..
r.-L
;1"


es 4



lan I
59.- .-i ..S,




nlog-
























































M*5FC'r


L!


KPt
eEL


.t~& :


'- ." : I..r.i



.* "', .. ... .
S2O,:lk .. :ISC



L ", ,'


I r00
KgW
IB ^^^edi ^k


*bU ....


Jill


i



:.B i ]


Ik!


; : r
r
~I


1A: ;1;


' "',f
:'..- -7 .
. .-G .|


J ; f .~L~


';r


--'`ri.
I-


I ;S


_


Ti'~'3
`~ ~


o -


cr.'4

g~a*r -


f-w ffa **.*
-*. ** *M **







'4:


.'..' .
,-'v


C..andidlatet'


vSevenson A

Be/leves:-

CHICAGO, July 28 9 tip'-
Gov. Adlal E. Stevenson did not "es Ikr pes hswe e' tk i a) the
awnpalgn for the Democratic
nomimaton for President, but .
he has taken stands in the past rW'NT*.flwim T R IAI- R. P3 MONDAji .
nt Issues of the days. .
Following are statements
cleaned from his various '
Speeches and news conferences
placing him on record with
tese views: Stevenson -
Chin-"I am opposed to the 'i

.Looks Like A W
sdmirion of Red Chisna to thee Dee national con i
s vlitf t at es a tct whh wi carry on h"Ins vetons, to vote r tevenson
bave tried earnestly to effect INDWUN uNQs, Mo., July Ronstiuelin Finance Direc-
of enforcement. I feel very pressed conmdence here at the After iIntRU0It. g his alter- e
oftenorcemnt. tI feel very weekend that Democrats in nate in the NHWoer delegations
reonglbiity of the states Chicago selected a "winning at the DsMetMAt national con-
themselves. If the states are un- ticket" which will carry on his ventton to vote 7 fr ltevenson.
wtslngrunvbles. thete I pre- programs at home and abroad. President TriMman flew to Ch-
willing or u able, then I pre-o Mr. TrLtan acclaimed Gov. cago from Washingto Friday
same there is no alternative to Adla teve n as the first to help afeue the nomination
having the Federal government man ever nfanated by the De- of the ll .. governor on the
o0 so. mocrats for PSesadent in a "real, third ballot
Corruption 'ne corrupt honest tq g9idfeas draft." Pesdt so co-
Pre4Mdent Truman said that Preidamt Tran also con-
public official s too many. If there aws "'ot a better fellow fared 0ttenson and other
clean is Democrup atic dirt, let's in the world for the job" of p larty let at a Vice Pre-
clean it up and turn the flash- man ntl ahpidcb .
light into every dark corner." Steven John running mate thanl
Foreign Poliy- "The Demo-a.
ratnec Party should continue to He Plresdent came here for
stress i the future as it has in Th, qut hme se
the pat, the necessary forn ad o Ag. afquet home sthte
maobilizng our strength r both Mlp oul lter going to Ch i-
miitary and economic, In sup- cago to ielo engineer nomina-
mltary aned eci on of the Stevenson-prk-
port of the free nations of the tio ttet
world; the importance of con- n a tcket.
tUnued working toward the in- Re will return to Washington



lantic treaty organistion; the g e agah" g hSa Ir r
Latin American defense treaty t~ zs m Ul as ,- & eM -
irrangements, in the Pacific; et'. a -eg1g wfg J
a4d the ,p% up of the kind s I
of t nle l he provided an- rr ao-.ft
der the Point pour program."
Inau e m jni-- "IE th Point 4 SO eltt y
,la, tnIpk, could be
W.Mt. l ai ft:- C ef Hem-Ltaves
ly ebinste the specr ofi tr Y er-
ror from the merao hose. I tne V
am sure the coamMn eabetive
can largely be realed Wtout Arthur R. H chieF or
the daefatiuon of (the doc- the Sanit~ry ~it


.tot's) profeSi al indepen- afon ot e )'te "
dence." In Pa-a- -e- Jhf_ o
tIemporarlay toVa ak
Wusa g "It Is clear the tag cai t
problem Is inherently oe for ad station ei s tU


..I


:1
i a-'..'


Tic




cold win "In 19b
H mld that viet
because
tion have
rple the kI
They want."
issed the 6
by "the
the
In adoptnf '
says what It
w hhat it
elttd CivUh
to education,
-osltion to. j
bor law,


=t' Iaw rte s lm ,,3JOK', rt-rat teiiata ru
""tib Jt .do n ew tu Bi.
.-"I t o lb g. col A. eone
neaon to be tht 1 e5 ?re' t .ou..gh.,,
ilute action of the t a Ums rwe main
Sa not only gained tme s f morat a in ifl
st but saved NATO in rte pIubi Od pro*l Wsi
: "t." xqea *
Sma Joseph MeCasthy-"Mc-
c -t"z 'Ka-1'a Tm ctmrT
COarthy ism has become the U Tt.
-T 0of a new breed o i
d demagoguee who fri CWe
e mople with epithet. o ate-
.impugn the loyatv
men, and haouts dbe 9 J

t ttaa doay.- day when 'a.J.
-o ed 1 We~ "ov"en went ou o
meat. through lte public as- ot
stance Mnd social welMare pro- ta&ed Ito M
casuM. should seek to enbhPce tILg3o 5 V
t not supplant the dvtv nftnt M
S individual and of the family truck., whih Was
to provide for their own health ca of sep
&ad welare." mke a wr be
the nm"rta" i nC
Taft-tartley "Some fea- on Into the ate.
tures of the law seen to me to The ar was imashd to iae
advance the cause of good labor against the sto wall souna-
relatJons, and other features, lg a roadsidWes .
in my opinion do not. I think
the Democratic platform should RALBOA TIMWES
recommend modifications."
(The 1952 platform calls for Tu R sy. Smlyf
outright repeal and Stevenson i^ I
said he will campaign "on plat- 8:05 a.m. ........... 2a6 4M.
form.") 8:4 p.m. ... ...... 2:41 -m.




OW i... i- S YOil


1. *,


dmii^iift-3
* ^'
* '.^
li'
wV^


1-


1 ~ .. .74.


I*4.


L.k.


4'.'
4. .

.
-
...; I _


...
mY -. .


L~i. u-


*- 4u


*...h No Inc M.

IN PUCE


* t -4
,~ hr *-.


To'Dei, Sgmam'ns V.O.
CuadiMa Whi4y evon mom
Shewl it i year old! Honommad
r wS It r, agK *. V.O.



Lan absr -
Ji PS6ir


., .


..-9 ,
'.i. -.


!




Full Text
xml version 1.0 encoding UTF-8
REPORT xmlns http:www.fcla.edudlsmddaitss xmlns:xsi http:www.w3.org2001XMLSchema-instance xsi:schemaLocation http:www.fcla.edudlsmddaitssdaitssReport.xsd
INGEST IEID E6YE9G995_1MWWT0 INGEST_TIME 2012-08-21T15:48:36Z PACKAGE AA00010883_00088
AGREEMENT_INFO ACCOUNT UF PROJECT UFDC
FILES